People tend to check in during these times:
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The rear of the London-bound trains is generally much emptier than the front, and worth a longer walk once you get to Euston.
Fast Train Users - recommend eyes down with iphone and blackberry remaining firmly in pocket. Ideally go tooled up.
Middle aged men - arrive just as the train is pulling in. Then walk straight up to the doors elbowing your way through everyone already waiting - best deployed through women with buggies.
The front of the fast train from London Euston stops near the exit at Bushey station. When the slow train from London Euston stops at Bushey you want to be about a 1/4 of the way from the rear.
It is customary @ Bushey, on the announcement a train maybe slightly late, to launch into an undignified tirade at Peter and flounce off in the direction of the slow train throwing out swears asyou go
It's really not very bushey but rather dreary instead
Ldn Overground (to/from Ldn 50 mins) on platforms 1 & 6, Ldn Midland 5 & 6 (20 mins)Platforms 3 is now in operation.